Winter Pleasures 2020 – February 8th, 2020 from noon to 3:30 p.m.


Free activities  from noon to 3:30 p.m.:
Skating, snowshoeing, hockey (free use of skates and snowshoes on site), sliding on snow, painting on the snow and building a snowman, etc…

Music, campfire and free snacks on site.

* New this year – Come try free curling at the Sutton Curling Club, 26 Pleasant Street. Players will be on hand to introduce you to this sport. Bring clean shoes.

We are looking for volunteers for the event. Are you interested? Information :

Jérémy Haman

Coordonnateur au service des loisirs et de la vie communautaire : 450 538-2290 : 450 538-0930

Call for applications for Sutton’s Urban Planning Comitte and sustainable development (CCUDD)


Recognized for providing an enviable living environment for its citizens as well as the many vacationers who stay there, thanks to orientations articulated around the principles of sustainable development and landscape protection, the Town of Sutton calls to all of its interested citizens to fill two (2) vacancies on its Urban Planning Committee and sustainable development (CCUDD).

Members are appointed by Council resolution. The duration of the volunteer mandate of each citizen-member is two (2) years, with the possibility of being renewed.

The Planning Advisory Committee is composed of 7 members: 2 Councillors and 5 Citizens. It is called upon to study and make recommendations to the Town Council on Site Planning and Architectural Integration Programs (SPAIP), Minor Derogations to Urban Planning By-Laws, Conditional Uses, Specific Construction, Alteration or Occupancy Proposal for an Immovable (SCAOPI), Comprehensive Development Plans and any other requests related to land use planning. The CCUDD usually meets once a month in the evening.


Citizens interested in applying must reside in Sutton and send a letter of motivation, in which they outline their interests, relevant experiences, skills, expertise or training in urban planning, architecture, construction, property development, landscape architecture, design, engineering, environmental science, economic and social development, heritage or agriculture that can sustain the deliberations of the committee.

Those interested are invited to submit their application before 30 January 2020, 4:30 PM at the following email:

France Brazeau

Secretary to Urbanism and Land-Use Planning : 450 538-2290 : 450 538-0930

Or by mail at:

Town of Sutton
a/s Mrs France Brazeau
11, rue Principale Sud
Sutton (Québec)
J0E 2K0

For any additional information, please contact the Urban Planning Advisor at the following:

Marie-Ève Vincent

Urban Planning Advisor : 450 538-2290 : 450 538-0930

Public Notice – December 15, 2019 By-election District number 2 – Results of election

To consult the document, kindly follow this link

December 15, 2019 By-election District number 2 – Declaration of election

To consult the document, kindly follow this link (in French only)

New technology system – Town of Sutton’s Website

Please note that a new technology system will be carried out on the Town of Sutton’s website during the holiday season. The site may be temporarily out of use at times.

We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.

Closure of the municipal ecocentre in 2020

The Sutton municipal ecocentre will close its doors in 2020. This decision has been taken because conditions required to ensure environmental and economic viability of the project were not met as part of the process to improve the regional ecocentre service. Essentially, the decision to close the Town of Sutton’s ecocentre is based on the following considerations:

  • The existence of two parallel services, regional (MRC) as regards and municipal, creates confusion as regards the nature of the recyclable materials accepted at each location;
  • The objective of municipal recycling being profitable for the preservation of the environment was not met;
  • In a context of scarcity of resources, it has become impossible for the Town to find the personnel necessary to provide this service;
  • This is part of the policy of reducing costs relating to garbage collection.

In order to ensure the efficient recycling of eligible materials, the Sutton population will be able to continue to use the usual garbage collection services and the services provided by the ecocentre of the MRC of Brome-Missisquoi which are in the process of optimizing their centre (new layout of the site coming in 2020).

Work on the outdoor skating rink and ice path

Work has started on the skating rink and ice path at the Goyette Hill park. We need a good base of compacted snow and a cold weather stretch to flood the surface to allow us to offer good ice conditions. We ask citizens to cooperate with us and to avoid using the skating rink and the ice path until the announcement of the opening.

We hope that the snow and cold weather continues in the days to come which will allow us to achieve as quickly as possible a nice outdoor skating rink and ice path.

You can find information on the conditions of the outdoor skating rink and ice path on the Town’s website: . The conditions are updated every day.

For more information contact:

Jérémy Haman
Coordinator of the recreation and community life service of the Town of Sutton
[email protected]

Town of Sutton’s 2020 budget

On 16 December 2019, the Council of the Town of Sutton adopted its budget for the year 2020.

Prior to its adoption a public presentation was given to explain the context and the facts relevant to the budget.

The Town of Sutton’s 2020 budget takes into account the Town’s obligations, neccessary catch-up work for municipal infrastructure and equipment, and also responds to certain expectations expressed by the community. The budget foresees a reduction of 5 % in the residential tax rate, and investments in the order of $12,7M in its three-year investment program as detailed in the Programme triennal d’immobilisations (PTI).  

To watch the presentation (in French) of the 2020 budget, including the question period, on YouTube

To access the 2020 budget presentation document (in French)

To access the 2020 budget summary, detailed budget and tax rates, consult the following link






Town of Sutton – December 15, 2019 By-election District number 2 – Results

Sutton, December 16, 2019. – Following the holding of a by-election for the position of councillor in district number 2 of the Town of Sutton which took place on December 15, 2019, the addition of the votes gives the following results:

Independent candidate John HAWLEY:  147 votes
Independent candidate Dominique PARENT:  165 votes
Ballot rejected:  1

603 electors were registered on the electoral list. Of this total, 313 people voted, for a participation rate of 51.9%.

The proclamation of the elected candidate will take place on Friday, December 20, 2019, all in accordance with the provisions of the Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities.


Louis Pilon
Returning officer
Tel. : 450-538-2231 ext. 239
Email:  [email protected]

Our offices will be closed from December 23, 2019 to January 3, 2020 inclusively

Our offices will be closed from December 23, 2019 to January 3, 2020 inclusively.

Happy holidays to all, from the Municipal Council and the staff at the Town Hall.